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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

_< i!{ CABINET WARE-HOUSEr C A_.Hl_«iaT! -HUJLILIEIR, RETURNS his grateful acknowledgment3 for the very liberal encouragement which has heretofore,. been, extended to him, and respectfully informs them that he STILL _CONTINUES HIS SHOP AT THE OLD STAND, IN CHAMBERSnUKG STREET, where ho is prepared to exocutp tho neatest & most Which he will warrant Eai_/ ' Ai., if not surEitioH, to any in the place. —ON HAND—A general and extensive assortment of Mahogany, Maple and Cherry W WZRdPMWW&mti: And of a quality, which he onlyasks an ex_^ amination to bo pronounced sTJx_^hiob. (X7~His prices are reasonable and suited to the present times. Purchasers will save by calling at his Ware-houso beforp they purchase elsewhere. 03-A11 kinds of LUMBER and COUNTRYPRODUCE will be taken in exchange for Work—for which the highest price will be allowed. OCrHe deems it unnecessary to notice, particularly, that he is _alxcayt prepared to make COFFINS a_» from his long -practice-in-t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

MJCTUBES ON _rP is _proposed_^_del_^p_^_irse of Lee, turgs on this interesting and useful scicn&,_jawhlch _its_^_rincip les will be familiar_, ly explained, and elucidated by numerous experiments. The whole of the proceeds of these lectures will be appropriated to procuring Apparatus for the use of the Gettysburg _FemalfluAcademy. The first Lecture will be delivered gratis, on the evening,of _Tttead_^_faSMMtsLxXhoM _pastfl oVjlookj at tho Female Academy, when the terms, which shall be moderate, will be made known. It is hoped that those who would engage in a study so delightful and amusing, and all who feel-friendly to our design, will fovor us with their attendance. Nov. 8,1831. tl—31 _CX_^_tf_^_STKY. ' "" ,_.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

MR. RUSH'S REPLY. YORK, Pa. Oct. i5, 1831. Gentlemen:—I received yesterday your letter of the 5th inst. conveying to me n copy of. the resolution of tho Anti-Masonic Convention at Baltimore, passed on the 28th of last month, approving of the sentiments I have expressed in relation to Freemasonry; and, I beg to assure you, that I am gratefully sensible to the honor of a vote of approbation by a body so distinguished;_£nd that I fully appreciate the very kind terms in which you have been pleased to communicate it to mo. The eminent citizen whose name, by the act of the same body, now stands at the head of the Anti-Masonic cause, and whose powerful and brilliant abilities, in conjunction with his exalted worth, would shed lustre upon any cause, has said with great candor, thai he once thought Masonry harmless.— _Thia hag protjabl_^ been the-case with most of us who view it so differently. For one, it was mine. If any body had thought it worth ' while to ask my opinion of this i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

MR. WIRT The New York Whig says, the annexed pretty copious extract from the letter ot the Washington Correspondent of the Journal of Commerce, is interesting. It is written in that elate spirit which' betokens more than the mere positions of tho -writer, confidence in the strength of the new nomination, -and which naturally springs from the clear perception that the public feeling has been happily hit. The recent nomination of Mr. Wirt, as you will already have perceived, is about being widely discussed. Having come so suddenly and so unexpectedly upon the nation, and from such a _soTircet it ir regarded as an era in the canvass, and every one whether Jackson man or Anti-Jackson man, stops to inquire, what is to be its effect. The hesitation,-the- curiosity, the_^ddubt, the. apprehension, very natur ally refer to the character and qualities of the man himself.— Had the Anti-Masonic Convention taken up any hackney man as their candidate, the effect could in a moment be predicted: ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

CORRESPONDENCE _^ _^_I _^ _^_p_^- _E| |^,-_^ *~_j _Botwewi t*>« Hon.iKictfijri» R_^_H aud tbe Com _mittse _of tuo Nalfouai Jjp !*Magonic Con. vcntion. • ¦ ¦ - . '• ' "' ' * BUTTERNUTS, Otsego i co. N. Y., Oct. 5,T_«31» S Sir:—The Committee to whom that duty ¦ ¦ was assigned by the late National Antimasonic Cqnventi8n, in Baltimore,* have-great p leasure in transmitting to you, the enclosed _resolution. . The Committee regard with exulting anticipation the speedy arrival of tlic period when it will not be necessary to vindicate the motives, protect the famoj_'appiaud the _^ firmness of the _assaiJontsjpf _ljYe,emasonry. Entertaining the confident expectation that an institution anti-republican iu its principles, titles and tendencies, selfish and exclusive in its operations, destructive of equal rights and the freedom of elections, subversive of the impartial administration of ju3tico, and eminently dangerous in its control of the press, must submit lo inquiry and fa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

OUTRAGES We present a few cases which show in fixed colors the "outrageous" character and conduct of Anti-Masons from the time they were first discovered in the "infected district," down to their last act of audacity in carrying the Vermont Election: Outrage 1, Calling public attention to the abduction of William Morgan. 2, .Appointing a Committee of inquiry on that subject. 3, Entertaining suspicions against Masons and Masonry. 4, Publishing these suspicions. 5, "Getting up" indictments against Masons. , " G, Pmving them guilty. 7, Investigating the history, principles, nature, and tendency of * the Masonic lustitution. 8, Proving it useless, danqerous, Anti-Republican, and ¦Anti-Christian. 6, Proving it totally false in all its boastful pretentious, and demonstrating its history to be a fable; its religion, a solemn mockery; its. science a humbug; its charity, selfishness; its mysteries, mummery; and its great adepts; "great tools." 10, Rosolving'ui puhhc meeting, to withh...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

Various _JfEatters. A creditable incident occurred in New-York, on Monday morning, at tho Convention. John Q. Adam* having, upon- the invitation of the Committee, appeared in tho Hall, was requested to take a.seat near the President. When he had done so, the whole body rose in compliment to this distinguished citizen. ¦ ' BOOT3.—Mr. Jonas Aby, of Frederick county, (Va.) has invented a machine for cutting oufboots. It is so constructed that from one to twenty pair may be cut at the same stroke of the knife, and the principles upon which it is based are so correct that any person unacquainted with the business, can with the aid of this machine, cut out a pair of boots as correctly as the most experienced workman. Wo have received from Lancaster-Co., Pennsylvania, a handbill, offering a reward for the apprehension of a person calling himself William Lane, who under pretence of being a drover, awaiting the arrival of some cattle, contrived to steal from Mf. Ferree_, of Maytown, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

Supremacy of the Masonic Oath. . From the Norwich , (N-Y.) Telegraph. ¦ _' On our first page wlltfSe found the proceedings of our county convention on the 6th inst. accompanied by some remarks thereon. We intentionally omitted there to mention, that the general convention was addressed by Messrs. Farrel), Ely, and Thorp, on the subject of freemasonry. They pointed out its evils and the remedy for them—took a rapid view of the success of our party-—spoke in terms of severe and merited condemnation of the administration of Enos T« Throop, and of its blasting effects upon the prosperity of our citizens, and exhorted all to perseverance, union and zeal. Mr. Russel Waters, of Coventry, a seceding mason, rose and made a statement to .the convention which caused a thrill of horror to prevade the feelings of all. He 8aid^—That some years since, he was called into court to testify in a cause where one of the parties was a brother mason: That he 'did testify to "the Truth, the whole Tru...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

FOR WIRT AND THE LAWS Howitstrikeiin Tennessee.—First notice of the Anti-Masonic Nomination in the Nashville Banner. "The reply of Mr. Wlrt, to his nomination as candidate for the office of President of the United States by the National Anti-Masonic Convention, which we publish to-day, is an ingenious, able and judicious document. It is well calculated to meet the wishes of the Anti-Masonic party, while it conciliates the Masons, and asserts his own dignity and independence. His acceptance of the nomination, under existing circumstances, was natural. He had not been thought of by any other party as a candidate for the Chief Magistracy, and though his prospects of success at present may appear slight and even desperate, it is not impossible, that by prudent management, under the auspices of a party.so enthusiastic and persevering, he may ultimately attain to the highest station in Qur_^_jjovfernment. He is unquestionably a man of talents, _learning and discretion."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

" THE SUPIIKMACY OF TIIK LAWS." - _Deuiocratto Antl-Ma»onic Nomination 1 FOR rHK9ZI>H!VTy William U*irt,_ofJfrd. FOR VICE-PHESIDK_^T, *M nlos EUniakcr, of Pa. FOR CONGRESS, JAMES .MP.8HEJBMl\V_ ttAi.TiMoiiK Market.—Flour, from _wagons _. on Friday last, was from $5 25 to 5 31 _J. Wheat lias declined in price since last report. Oats, also. Corn, and Rye vary but little _jiincu our last report. The "Gasket," "frtdy ls llook"a.n&u Al!_ieneum," for the present month, have been recoived. Persons so disposed, cun ciamino tlioui. EniRAiM .Douglass, Jr. Esq. _haa hcen convicted of manslaughter, and _sentencad to five years' imprisonment in tho I'ittshurg 1_'_eiiitontiary_, for stabbing Mokoh Sha\v,_of Uiuuiito\vii,in thiu_^jtato, with a sword stick. Congress_!on,u. Er.ECTioN.—As thorn in but one Mason running lor (_Jnttjrroati in _lliia District, it is to be regretted that two candidates who are not Masons should bootiored. Uut since such is tho fact, lot Auti-Masons ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

From the Boston Free Press. Bribery in Congress. _^ It ought not to be forgotten at the present time, that the only known attempt at iiuiue-MX. in out. Natipnal Councils, _wiw i» the name of _Itfasonry, and under the shield of its obligations of secrecy. Every body recollects the' case of John Anderson, who proposed a bribe to Hon. Lewis Williams, _chai _^ man of the Committee of Claims in theyoar 1818. But few are aware that it was a iliasonic oj>eration_. The following is a copy of Anderson's letter, taken from thp _Coi_** _grcsmonul records. ¦• Washington, Jan. 0, X818. The Hon. Lewis Williams, Honoured Sir: I return you thanks for the attention I received to my_^kiims to pass »*b soon. But Mr. LEE will hand you some claims tioJfi the River Raisin, which will pass _through vour Honorable Committee, and I have a wish that the conduct of the British iii that country _rnav be related in full, on the floor ofC_!£ongress; which wiltgive _you some trouble _!in making out...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

THE NEW TAX LAW. Uur o]))nion having been requested by the 'CountyHCoriuhissioners on certain questions ' arising under the act of assembly of the 25th of ._Marcfh last, assessing a tax on personal property wifhtn tins Commonwealth, we lnive carefully examined _theuct, and concur in the aiuiexed answers to the queries proposed. 1. Under the first part of the section which provides, "that all personal estate and property within this Commonwealth hereafter described, owned or possessed by any person whatever; that is to say," &c. is a person who resides in Pennsylvania, but owns tho deitcnptiond_^p_^opcrty ihctttioned in the act, due or _puyobleTo him by personslJut of the state, comprehended within the act 1 _^ Answer. —We are ot opinion, that the general rule of law must be applied, that personal property follows the person of the owner. Therefore a person living here is taxable for property owned by him, though due or payable b y -persons in other states, and on the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

FARMS FOR RJENT. . Will be offered H for rent, by public outcry*' Onf\_dday _the2dofj5ecembirnext ,- \ _^_J«n the premise*, f»_dFarw, _^_JCL Si tuate in Straban townshi p, Ad-" _ams county, three miles- from _Gtrttysburgy on the roadloHunterstown _.eroftteinmg 220 Acres,, more or less; the improvements on .which are a J^*_dL _loq _aon_»_ii1 jRHIL Log Barn, a Well near the door, _BfiiHt and an ORCHARD. T" - —ALSO,-_^ On Saturday the 3d of December _nexij _AM _&*rm* _^JtmZ. Situate in Straban townshw/Ad-' _7 ams county, about six miles from Getty*' burg, on the Turnpike Rood to York, con* taining 9OO %Hcre8<> more ot less—the1 improvements on which are, a _Jj_^J_^p_^: : two-8toiy M*O& HO _UJSMj if»9L good Barn, a Well of water near _JnltJB_* : the door, &c. . • ™^^^^/ Vendue to commence at 1$ o'clock, M.r - on each day, when attendance frill be1 giv-r en, and terms made known, by CORNELIUS LOTT, ' Executor of Geo. Bercmo, dee'd. November 15,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

public _^ s_^iiEr:: VVili-bfefiokl nt public'sale, on the premises,' On Saturday the 3d of December next, » JB&j&L A TRACT Of _Containing 230 Acres, more or less, late the property of Wot. Bigham, deceased, situate in Liberty township, Adams county, adjoining land* of Robert S. Grier_,' David Roth, and others. The improve* _tnenls are a two-tory * J_.4J_3 J1U'!P_82_> ML a double log Barn, with other out-Htn_^L buildings; an excellent well of vyat-_*-_^U"V -er with a pump, convenient to the dwelling ' —an orchard containing a variety of fruit-' trees; a sufficiency of meadow and timbe* ' tor-the farm.-_^. ! ALSOj A TENAUt IHOUSX3, With out-buildings. The above property will be sold togeth-f er or divided to suit purchasers. Persons7 wishing to view the _jproperfy, will' call .orf MrsTBigham_, who resides on the farau—¦ Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. M. when. the terms will be made known * &od, dM »t_' tendance given, by --_^-— " --- _^5_c }AGOB&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

Robert Smith, TVecUureu of the Bqrough.qf Gitlythurg, 9R_. V. • 182_S, 3f ay 30. to balance in bands off _j™ ,-. Christian Chritamah, C •«» • »'_« ••July To Bmmigh Tax As- / _^^ sessedfin 18_S_9, V ( T _™ »*1 _^ _tt Atig7_tr t foca8rnrfR.errfarpeT,-)a,<»Sr—— _-"""' --_"—«—*-To order of> fVe._iWftcTrHW t OOr-^~" being- _Imjanto in bands of / ...-y ' _ti. Q. Harper lute Troas'r, \. •Ils . _w " $2&lMi Balance due Treasurer, R , Smith, |31,63| . 9306,_SJf_~ . ¦ '¦ . " •> ¦; ¦ — . -— ' OR. -— _1829,MayS0. BycashpaidC._ChriWmijn _f _^.ft- • on order of Town _Couitcil, _^-_•o > _*> «K. it By cash pardtheiame,or. > „. _._v derofD. Troxell, ( _*11 '*\ " June 13. 'By cash paid W. Smith / g,g _^ and Goo. _Sinyser_^ . j • ?.* , ¦ " " 16. Do.J.B. M'Phorson_} T. _Gr, _9Sfi9 — " Nov. 21. Do. Peter SKeot» _tS _. Otf 1830, March 1. Do. John _Chrititoiah_, *2 ,75 - " Aug. 1. Do. T. C. Miller, -~—-flW?D0 ' <" April IS. By balance Borough Da *....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

ANA WAY the SIX CEKT8 REWARD* \_^ from subscriber Hying in |Vew Oxford, Adams county, _Pau off th&lOlhinst. an _indented apprentice tothei Carpente* trade, named PETER RASER. I hereby Caution afl-persons from h&t'bofblg' s or employing said apprentice? for, aa he aoaent» himself from me withofif ant ' jdff ' cause, I will positive prosecute afl _tfaew who may harbor or employ him m _fatiwe* of phis notice. The above NrwMt*_iSferp#$ . "for his doliveryv . ¦ ; » _^ __ *_, JCJSBPfl MfAlrtMT-- / _^ j Berwick township, > i , 'f | _Nwem4»er 15, t83_i. $ _x _1**& ¦ ' fc -' ; ¦ ¦ *_,_i * '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

STRAJf CATTIJEli' ,/ . " ' , " ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ :.¦ - J ¦¦¦ CAME to the enclosures of the'subscriber, in Cumberland township, in liter county of Adams, two stray _gjSjfHUtftt STEERS, about 2 years old, _«R jWF"' one a brown colour, and tne _^_iKUCTL _^ Other a red with a white streafc*™*™*^^ along the back, and slits or holeS m the ear. The aforesaid cattle came to (he tia\ closures of the subscriber sometime about the 6th- of this month.- The _ownbr is dear. - , ed to come forward1 , ¦ _fr ove _property, pay " charges, and take them away/ " HENRf _BISHOP. ; November 15, 1881. At—32

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

MARRIED * ! _^ / Orf TburKfojrlast, by Ihe Rey. C. V?*f1, ttt.\ Gkoboe Ga«Mitii, of Franklin town#ilp, to Miss I MabV Ann _SamwHtcm, daughter of M»• Oedrge Sftlb_^ever of _Strftoan'_tbwjiBbjft, ' , ' A 1 • . ' ¦ ' —1 »- ¦¦' . ¦ v . ¦ ' "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

¦ - 'Oil" _xhunday *oiorniD_^r'yie^/ _?_BttK^*' _~ _wiwopftf_^"_^' -' Mrsr. £us4txT« At.ir.n, - relict of _Gtfir TbottUkifc _Allek_^ormerly of SaTannaJ pi, _GeW . .t '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

Here, shall the press the People's rights yroclaim Unato'd by influence, and unbrib'd Iry oaiN, _TucsdajTMornlng, MoTtmbw 15, 18.31.

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